Full-time seasonal positions are available. We are looking for enthusiastic experienced instructors that are interested in expanding the scope of their work, assisting other instructors and the department with the organization, and execution of lesson programs. Strong customer service skills and a positive collaborative attitude is a must.
You will be leading the daily activities of instructors and their classes, organizing and supporting school and community group reservations, and lesson activities including any off-site activities directly related to Snowsports School programming.
You will teach lessons and /or workshops to special groups
This position will assist the Director with hiring and training of new ski and snowboard instructors as well as program implementation.
Pay range for this position is $17.57 – $18.93 hourly DOE and includes Employee Perks. Must be 18 years or older.
Full-time seasonal positions. Must have one (1) season of experience in maintaining, repairing, and/or mounting ski and snowboards. Responsible for assisting guests with equipment repairs. Must be at least 18 years of age.
Drilling, mounting, and testing bindings at the beginning of the season and periodically as suggested by the manufacturer
Waxes and sharpens high-end skis and snowboards
Train and assist rental, repair, and retail staff on proper safety procedures in ski, ski boot, snowboard, helmet, and ski pole maintenance.
Establish DIN settings for skis, proper ski mount fittings, and snowboard binding settings.
Pay range for this position is $15.24 – $17.24 hourly DOE and includes Employee Perks.
Full-time, seasonal positions are available. Good customer service skills are essential, as this position will regularly be interacting with the public. 2 years experience in preparing, cooking and serving food is preferred.
With direct involvement from the Food Service Supervisor, the kitchen lead performs the function of inventorying and ordering food and supplies.
The kitchen lead in conjunction with the Food Service Supervisor and the Director of Base Operations will train, motivate, and discipline the food service staff.
The food service lead maintains a high level of guest service and a menu with a variety of food offerings.
Pay range for this position is $17.57 – $18.93 DOE and includes Employee Perks.
Full-time seasonal positions. Must have completion of the Ski Patrol Trail Crew Worker Training Plan or one season as a Ski Patroller at another ski area with an avalanche hazard reduction program. Must demonstrate proficiency as an advanced skier and ability to navigate all terrain at Eaglecrest regardless of conditions.
This position functions primarily as a “team member” on avalanche hazard reduction missions and has been trained to initiate controlled explosions to reduce avalanche risks.
You will administer emergency medical care, extricate, and transport injured guests, and assist higher-level team members with more advanced injuries or rescues.
You will practice and follow safety protocols for all ski patrol duties such as toboggan handling, avalanche hazard reduction including safe explosive handling and deployment procedures, lift evacuation, high/low angle rescue, and search and rescue missions.
Pay range for this position is $17.57 – $18.93 hourly DOE and includes Employee Perks.
Free employee transportation is available to and from Eaglecrest.
Job perks include complimentary lift tickets or a season pass, lessons, rentals, as well as a discount at the Ski Shop and Eaglecrest Grill. Weekly free meals are also offered to employees.
Eaglecrest offers affordable seasonal housing for non-Juneau residents. Applicationand photos are now available.
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